Business Briefs

Business Briefs

Business Briefs — February 2018

Fire destroys Pasco onion shed Fire officials are working to determine the cause of a fire at a Pasco onion shed that burned to the ground Feb. 2. Damage was significant, with estimated losses of $3 million, according to the Pasco Fire Department. Twenty-eight firefighters from the Pasco Fire Department, Richland Fire Department, Franklin Fire District […]

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Networking

Networking — February 2018

HONORS & AWARDS The Tri-City Association of Realtors has announced the winners of its 2017 annual awards: Realtor of the Year, Gayle Stack, owner of Everstar Realty; Sunrise Award (for contributions to a better tomorrow for the community), Cathryn Tames, executive director of the Children’s Developmental Center; Realtor Community Service Award, Jed Morris of Windermere […]

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Business Updates — February 2018

NEW BUSINESSES IDK Restaurant has opened at 335 W. Columbia Drive in Kennewick. The restaurant offers breakfast favorites, burgers, steaks and other dinner specials. Hours: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday and 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. Contact: 509-579-0588, Facebook. Jade’s British Girl Treats has […]

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Business Briefs

Business Briefs — January 2018

Kennewick’s P.F. Chang’s restaurant to close The Kennewick P.F. Chang’s restaurant will close Jan. 21. A sign at the 8108 W. Gage Blvd. restaurant thanks customers “for being part of our family.” A P.F. Chang’s spokesman said the restaurant’s lease has expired. The 6,615-square-foot Chinese restaurant has been open for 10 years and employs about […]

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Networking

Networking — January 2018

HONORS Dr. Saul Valencia of Tri-Cities Community Health Care has been selected by Coordinated Care as part of its Physician Summit Award Program. The program recognized those who have demonstrated exemplary performance in routine preventative and well-care services, and establishing a medical home for new enrollees.  Valencia received a bachelor’s degree from Washington State University, […]

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Business Updates — January 2018

NEW BUSINESSES Bartholomew Winery has opened at 421 E. Columbia Drive in Kennewick. The winery sells wine and offers tastings. Hours: noon – 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. Contact: bartholomewwinery.com, Facebook. Fill’er Up Antiques and Collectibles has opened at 1215 Meade Ave. in Prosser. The store sells vintage items, collectibles and ‘man cave’ décor. Hours: […]

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Business Briefs

Business Briefs — December 2017

Habitat hires interim director, kicks off fundraiser Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity has named Theresa Richardson as the organization’s interim executive director. She previously served as the executive director from 2002-12 The nonprofit’s goal is to build 10 more homes in 2018, but is in “urgent need of help from the community,” according to a […]

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Networking

Networking — December 2017

HONORS Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Graham Parker won a lifetime energy efficiency leadership award from the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance. The Tom Eckman Leadership in Energy Efficiency Award recognizes Parker for a career spanning more than 40 years where he advocated for and advanced the cause of energy efficiency in the Northwest and beyond. Parker […]

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Business Updates — December 2017

NEW BUSINESSES Atomic Dermatology has opened at 9221 Sandifur Parkway, Suite A, Pasco. The clinic provides services related to skin cancer, psoriasis, acne and other skin problems. Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Contact: 509-233-7546, atomicderm.com. Just Joel’s Café has opened at 1505 W. Kennewick Ave., Kennewick. The restaurant specializes in comfort […]

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Business Briefs

Business Briefs — November 2017

Women Helping Women raises more than $132,000 The 17th annual Women Helping Women Fund Tri-Cities collected $132,080 with 949 people attending the Oct. 12 event in Pasco. The money is used to fund grants aimed at addressing the unmet needs of women and children throughout the Columbia Basin. This year’s grant recipients are: Boys & […]

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